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in the shadows. >> i want to bring in "new york times" columnist nick chrisoff and jackie kucinich. is this time different? you were looking at the full screen earlier there. you have a bipartisan group. big hitters in there. schumer, mccain, rubio.menendez. it feels to me as if a month of sundays may have just hit the calendar. the stars are aligning. it does feel different. whether it's going to be enough i don't know. i think republicans have really been sobered by the last election results. i think they feel they have to do something. seeing leadership from people like marco rubio i think really does give a lot of republicans who might have doubts otherwise a real chance to think again. >> the credibility, the aura, the halo that may be needed here. jackie, those eight senators we were showing are putting their bipartisan plan out the day before the president is scheduled to outline his immigration proposal in a speech in las vegas. what are you seeing in the timing? are they trying to triang late? >> it shows momentum on this issue. here's the thing which has been the hitch on a couple diff
on the peninsula. it was sponsored in part by congresswoman jackie speer, also a victim of gun violence. monte francis has the results of today's buying back. hello. >> good evening. this event ended at 2:00. organizers netted 680 guns, including 24 assault weapons. at least 300 of the guns were rifles or shotguns, along with hundreds of handguns as we have seen at other events, there was a big response to the gun buy back, and long lines as people came to exchange guns for $100 in cash each, assault rifles $200. bay area congresswoman jackie speer handed out some of the cash today as she helps fund that buy back with some of her own campaign funds. she says no taxpayer money was used. as you might recall, she's a survivor of a shooting in guyana when she works for congressman leo ryan who was killed in 1978. speer is pushing congress to pass new gun control measures, but says that will do little to get guns already out there off the street. she says that's why these events are so important. >> for every gun we take off the street that means one less gun that can get into the wrong hands and k
. >>> and later, treasures from camelot. jfk, jackie kennedy, the incredible collection hidden away until now. >>> back now with as we mentioned that warning about your computer and the frighteningly easy way strangers have figured out now to gain access to your home and watch, in effect, every move you make. all it takes is one bad incoming e-mail, and the camera on your computer turns on, and then someone is spying on you, without you knowing it. we get our report on this tonight from nbc's jeff rossen. >> reporter: these teenagers don't know it, but a stranger is spying on them. inside their bedroom. >> what about you? >> reporter: and in their dining room, as the family eats dinner. little do they know, thousands of miles away, this man has broken into their laptop, and turned on their web cam. >> people who are victims generally have no idea they are victims. >> reporter: that man is working with us, computer expert, jim stickley. he says families like this are easy targets for web cam predators. like luis mijangos. prosecutors say he was spying on over 200 women through their web cams.
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ready for the big game. >> you know, jack and jackie harbaugh actually have been married for 51 years. and they're treating this like a family affair. in fact, their press conference yesterday was less than a press conference and more like thanksgiving at the harbaughs. save me a drumstick, if you will. jack and jackie told us this is the kind of game where they're going to be thinking about the loser more than the winner. >> there's going fob one winner. and there's going to be one that's going to be totally disappointed. and my thoughts go to that one will not experience the thrill of victory. and that's where our thoughts will be. every single parent can identify with that. that thrill of victory. and the agony of defeat. and on sunday night, we're going to experience both of those -- those great emotions. and our thoughts will be with the one that comes up a little short. >> well, i had a chance to ask jackie, are you ready for next year's rematch in new york city when the super bowl's in new york next year? she said, one game at a time, please. obviously, they're already exhauste
a news conference the friday before the big battle. >> this morning, their parents, jackie and jack and their sister had a press conference of their own. they did it on the phone. it was good fun. we have bob redell with more on this morning's harbaugh family variety show. >> reporter: a variety show with a twist. it had this reporter cringing. us reporters asking the parents how do you feel about having your boys battle it out on the gridiron in the super bowl? questions like that. when all of a sudden, someone threw this zinger out. >> is it true that both of you like jim better than john? >> do not -- what's up, john? >> is that john harbaugh? >> hey, john. >> that was me. >> mom was ready to come right through this phone. i'm so happy that joanie recognized your voice. >> that was ravens head coach john harbaugh prank calling his mom and sister. he sent his love before hanging up before the practice. that game will be historic. the first time two brothers will coach against each other in the super bowl. not the first time john has coached against jim. on thanksgiving of 2011, th
before the super bowl. >> this morning, their parents jackie and jack, and sister joanie, all js, held a news conference all over their own, when all of a sudden, someone threw out a zblirng. take a listen first and then our own bob redell will bring you the rest of the story. >> a question from baltimore s it true that both of you like jim better than john? >> is that john? is that john harbaugh? >> that was me, john. >> mom was ready to come right through this phone. i'm so happy that joanie recognized your voice. >> that was ravens head coach john harbaugh prank calling his parents and sister on this morning's conference call. he quickly sent them his love before hanging up to go practice for the big game, a game that will be historic, the first time two brothers will be coaching against each other in a super bowl, but not the first time john has coached against his brother, jim. during thanksgiving of 2011, the ravens beat the niners, like they did then, both parents will remain neutral during this game. >> at the end of the game, it's still about family and your feelings for one a
. if this will be the first time brothers have coached against each other. so who are the parents rooting for? jack and jackie spoke about that on a call today along with sister, joany. the call interrupted by a fake reporter. >> and this is unchartered waters. >> the family says they will root for both sons and teams come super bowl sunday. >> we're neutral in the super bowl. and we're just excited that they have brought their teams to the pinnacle of sports and the super bowl is the ultimate accomplishment. >> for jack harbaugh and coach, it's all about being a father first. he understands with so much to be proud of, one son will not go home with a trophy. >> now, they're in the nfl and i think more as a parent now than i do as a coach. >> then, a surprise guest during the call. somebody pretending to be a >> reporter:er which son they liked the most. >> question with baltimore sit true that both of you like jim better than john? >> you're nuts! >> john? is this john? >> is that john harbaugh? >> that is me, john. >> mom was ready to come through the phone. >> the sister saved the day. someone else divided
with more, eleanor roosevelt, jacqui kennedy -- jackie kennedy. those are the woman's -- women whose stories to a close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors, on the state floor, they seem like characters from a wonderful story because it was such a long time ago. it is history. you read about it in books. to be in their presence seems little bit disconnecting. the first lady's on the ground floor, the ones i remember, i remember there are real stories. i can picture their lives. in this incredible way that makes me think about their challenges and struggles and how they used the space. >> the first ladies, their private and public lives. c-span is teaming up with the white house historical association. "first ladies: influence and image." this begins on president's day, at 9:00 p.m. eastern and pacific on c-span. >> just before question time and wednesday, british prime minister david cameron delivered a speech outlining his government's position on britain's role in the eu. he pledged to hold a referendum on britain's future in the eshoo if conservatives win the ne
kennedy. you can see jackie holding the camera. she took this photo of the three of them as they looked in a mirror. they look so young. photos of jfk and jackie celebrating his 46th birthday in may. other photos there in may of 1963. an important date. this was just a couple of months before he was assassinated in dallas. just look at that. incredible items. tons of photos. letters and signed booked and itineraries and invitations. incredible stuff. >> it is and these items come from the family of david powers. what can you tell us about him and how the items were found after all these years. >> a lot of people were wondering, why now? david powers, let's tell you about him. he was a best friend and special assistant to president kennedy. they workeding to from way back in the early days in 1946 until the day that kennedy died. powers himself died in 1998. these items were locked away until last year when powers' family was getting ready to sell his home. they stumbled upon them. one of the more interesting items we heard about was david powers's itinerary from the day that jfk was ass
the question. two people you may not have heard of, jack and jackie harbaugh. >> their kids are going against each other in the super bowl. >> right. >> if you're a parent, who do you root for? >> i'm not a parent, but if i was, i don't know. how do you do this? >> i don't know is not an answer. >> yes, it is. how do you root for one kid over the other? how many kids do you have? >> three. >> if two of them were going against each other in the super bowl, what do you do, wisdom? >> i root for both. >> you can't. >> yes, you can. >> you have to have a winner and it's going to be a loser. >> here's the thing, you don't determine the winner. they're going against each other. they determine who is going to win. you support them both. >> how do you support them both? if you root for one, you're rooting gps the other. >> no, when one has the ball, you root for that one. >> whoever loses at thanksgiving dinner, they have to sit at the kids' table. >> kidding me right now? >> that's what i'd do. that's what i'd do. >> a child over a football game? >> and that's why i'm not a parent. >> smartest thing
. we stole her from stephanie miller, the one, the only the talented jacki checkschneckner. >> good morning, everybody. vice president biden is traveling to richmond virginia today along with homeland security secretary janet napitano to hold al roundtable conversation about the administration's plans to curb gun violence. bobby stein and experts who have been working gun safety issues since village tech in april, 2007 will be in attend as at virginia commonwealth university. it comes on the heels of biden's gom talk yesterday pushing for assault weapons in the wake of a natural disaster and possible ensuing chaos. he minced no words, his assertion that a shotgun would be easier to handle and when asked about the effectiveness of limiting high-capacity mag stages, biden pointed out that the gunmen in tucson and aurora had to change magazines because they had to reload. republicans will decided to whether or not to give r andncrance pre- prebus. last night, louisiana governor bobby jendell said the party needs to change everybody but values. we are back
like eleanor roosevelt, jackie kennedy, you know, those are the women whose stories feel close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors on the state floor they seem like characters from a wonderful story because it was such a long time ago. it's history, and you read about it in books. to be in their presence seems a little disconnected. but the first ladies on the ground floor are the ones that i remember. i remember their real stories and their real -- i can picture their lives in an incredible way that makes me think about their challenges and struggles and how they used the space. >> the first ladies, their private and public lives. c-span's teaming up with the white house historical associate for a first-of-its-kind original series. first ladies: influence and image airing over two seasons. season one gips presidents day -- begins presidents day on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. >> and now, more from booktv's college series. we sat down with stephanos bibas at the university of pennsylvania's annenberg school for communication to discuss his book "the
identify more with, like eleanor roosevelt and jackie kennedy. those are the women whose stories feel close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors, on the state for, they seem like characters from a wonderful story because it was such a long time ago. it is history, and you read it in books. to be in their presence seems a bit disconcerting, but the first ladies, the ones i remember, i remember their real stories, and i can picture their eyes and in an incredible way that makes me think about their challenges and struggles, how they used the space. >> "the first lady's." c-span is teaming up with a historical association for a first of its kind. "first ladies -- influence an image." this will be beginning president's day on c-span. president's day on c-span.
right over there and do the wrong thing. host: jackie in glendale, arizona on the line for republicans. caller: good morning. they're absolutely should be a term limit. not only should there be a term limit, there should be a reconsideration of the benefits they receive when they leave office. when my husband left his job, their responsibility of us earnings for their income and having benefits was on our shoulders. when people retire and leave the senate, their salaries are continued and they still have all of the multi benefits that continues. not only are they rich when they leave, they stay rich. not fair. we, the people, need to make sure that things are done a in a just way and an honest way. unfortunately, many of the people of in congress are not totally honest of what they are doing. there should be a term limit. that is both in congress and the senate. host: we're going to take a look at some other stories in the news. chambliss will serve out his second full term which ends in 2014. it will make an even 20 years of in washington. he arrived as a representative from georgia d
, they need you. >>> even though jackie harbaugh would love for the super bowl to end in a tie, we know that's unlikely. the parntents of the head coachg brothers held their own news conference and talked about who they'll be thinking about most after the game is over. >> there's going to be one winner and there's going to be one that's going to be totally disappointed, and my thoughts go to that one that will not experience the thrill of victory, and that's where our thoughts will be. every single parent can identify with that, that thrill of victory and the agony of defeat, and on sunday night, we're going to experience both of those great emotions, and our thoughts will be with the one that comes up a little short. >> that would be tough, wouldn't it? never has a sibling rivalry been so in your face. put yourself in your place, could you annihilate your brother's dream for your own? the brothers harbaugh are living the dream, the same dream, and only one will wake up happy monday morning. >> you just grow up fighting for everything, you fight for the extra hotdog, you fight for girls, you
qualified people, -- so she ali g -- social. jackie joins us from st. joseph, missouri, republican line. >> i support the nomination of chuck hagel. i think the war in iraq was a mistake. it allowed iran to pursue nuclear weapons, unfettered. we did the same thing in libya, leaving a political vacuum. what we can deal with in the future is afghanistan where we have been at war for 11 years with no end in sight. i do support chuck hagel. i think his moderate approach to war is a step in the right direction. >> one of the last two question chuck hagel was ted cruz, and a couple of you weighed in on his line of questioning. this is from bill who says ted cruz brought out the real colors of chuck hagel. he should not be considered -- confirmed. danny responds cruise was a fraud in context and he knows it. another exchange with a veteran from the committee, lindsey graham. >> he said the jewish lobby intimidates a lot of people. i am not an israeli senator, i am a united states senator and this pressure makes us do dumb things at times. he said the jewish lobby should not be used. name one p
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